Dan Hannan MEP writes sensibly on religious insignia at work

In an open society, the state’s powers should be limited and contingent, the individual’s expansive and residual. To put it more prosaically, the government shouldn’t boss us around more than is absolutely necessary. It certainly shouldn’t tell us what to wear – as, for example, the Taliban and French regimes do (the one requiring burqas, the other banning them).

Read more via Judges now get to decide what we can wear at work – Telegraph Blogs.

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